This Will Be The Coldest Christmas In Decades…

This Will Be The Coldest Christmas In Decades…

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In this video we are talking about a historic cold front that will be making its way across the US just in time for a Christmas Blizzard.

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28 Responses

  1. saltyoldfart says:

    I remember the blizzard of ’78. From NW ohio. We first had thunderstorms, then ice, then snow. No power for several days. Its crazy that the blizzard of ’78 is the best comparison to the upcoming event.

    • Johnny Angel says:

      I was living on the streets in West Kentucky the winter of 78 I’ll never forget it we had 27 inches of snow

    • The Gamer says:

      Only in Ohio

    • Repent and believe in Jesus Christ says:

      Repent to Jesus Christ “Dear friends, let us love one another, for love comes from God. Everyone who loves has been born of God and knows God.”
      ‭‭1 John‬ ‭4‬:‭7‬ ‭NIV‬‬

    • L Cunningham says:

      Moved to FL, during ’78 blizzard.
      18 wheelers jacknifed on I75 from MI to the south end of GA. Snow flurries on my first day at school in Florida after the move.
      Children running to the window enchanted,
      I was still blizzard shocked…

    • Vickie Rinehart says:

      Oh yes the blizzard of 78 I was a senior in high school I remember snow drifts that went all the way up to the rooftop. They had to bring up special equipment to get the snow out of the road it was piled halfway up the telephone poles .

  2. Rift Shredder says:

    Wow, a weather man that actually knows how weather works and isn’t just saying out loud what the weather app is saying

  3. Debbie Cox says:

    I remember the blizzard of 78. I was 15. We lived near Tiffin Ohio. That was pretty scary however our parents were prepared. We had a wood stove, mom had us set the freezer food on the back porch in boxes, and we did just fine, “camping” in the living room. We have a wood stove in our home, and plenty wood stacked in the garage. Farm animal feed stacked, long ropes that reach from the house to the animal houses. 😋

  4. Twill Bdone says:

    Ryan you are a serious life saver. Thank you for the heads up. I have 3-4 days to batten down the hatches. Thank you for all you do!

  5. Enro Shiva says:

    This video instantly gets a million points for talking about the snow and trains <3

  6. Kim Johns says:

    Thank you Ryan! Please remember your pets in this frigid weather 🙏🙏

  7. Randolph News Now says:

    It’s amazing to see how well (even in models) the Appalachian Mountains are at shielding central NC from storms and cold air. Great for moderating the weather, not so much if you are hoping for snow on Christmas.

    • Josiah Dillingham says:

      So thankful for our mountains cause geez I dknt think I can take the pluming cold weather like the Midwest and even the Deep South will be getting

  8. Desi Rosethorne says:

    I’m in SC and I think this might be the coldest I’ve ever seen in the state. Some of the models say single digit temperatures, not including the wind chills. It’s insane.

  9. Jackie Turner says:

    I was 15 in 1978 and lived on a farm in rural Central Indiana. It was an experience I have never forgotten. Thanks Ryan for all you do!

  10. Bird says:

    It’s sunny in northern Illinois for the first time in a week or more. These temps are brutal. Be safe everyone and don’t forget to take survival supplies if you’re traveling via vehicle. Merry Christmas 🎅 🎄 ☃️

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    • Glen Shepard says:

      @Bird I lived on our family dairy farm. I also had an outside job. We had to milk and feed the cattle silage frozen in the silos had to fork ot becuase the unloaders weren’t able to blow the silage down. Using 2 silos one for the milk cows one for the heifers actually had 4 silos 2 in use. Had to water and feed the calves by bottle bed daily fed hay and kept them watered had to check on them at night. Manure just waited. If the milk truck could make it down the highway we had to clean the road to the farm 2 miles off the highway with tractors with front scoops and one with a blade only 1 with a cab which would have frost on the glass which was worhtless to see out of. I still to this day have a place under my right eye that got frost bitten. The road commissioner didn’t have much to clean the roads. I had a new four wheel drive truck that did well in it. Actually a new one every year. Those were the good old days. Happy and thankful we made it. After getting drafted in 1969 that winter was just something else to be thankful for again that we made it.

    • BYRRD says:

      Hi bird hahaha northern indiana here

    • Joseph Shepler says:

      Merry Christmas

    • Bird says:

      @Glen Shepard  the blizzard of 78-79 I was a kid and lived on a beef cattle and horse ranch in the boonies. We had to take our snowmobiles to town for supplies and groceries. All kinds of other ranchers were bunking with us too because they had electric heat and we had no power for days. We had a wood burning furnace, 2 big fire places, and propane heat too. The snow drifts were over 12 ft high on the roads. It took heavy machinery over a week to get one path cleared to let people out. If someone was coming towards you, you had to either hope for a driveway area shallow enough to back into and let the vehicle pass before you could head back out. It was a winter I’ll never forget lol. To us kids, it was the coolest thing ever. No school for a couple weeks. Got to ski and snowmobile instead of going to classes. Good times!

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